Climbing high: punch in Manhattan One World Observatory

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The site of the World Trade Center, which was destroyed in September 11 in 2001, is now two large memorial pools, and the tallest building, the Building One, One World Trade Center, was rebuilt in 2013 and opened in 2014. The three floors of the 100-102 floor on the top floor feature One World Observatory, giving visitors a 360-degree view of New York, Governors Island and the downtown Jersey City in New Jersey opposite Hudson River, more views than the Empire State Building and the Rockefeller Center.

Global Welcome Center

Upon entering, guests are greeted by a Global Welcome Center, where large-screen monitors display rows of greetings and a dynamically generated world map highlights the guest’s hometown. All guests must have time-limited tickets to enter.


Guests will watch an exciting two-minute video presentation that combines aerial views, time-lapse abstract textures and patterns to bring together the unique rhythm and energy of New York’s vivid life in three dimensions. The main observation deck, the 100th level of the Observation Deck, or “Discovery Level,” will provide guests with a 360-degree view of the iconic sights, surrounding waters and panoramic views of the city and beyond.

air portal

The main feature of the viewing platform is the aerial portal. Guests will stand on a 4-meter-wide disc that uses real-time high-definition footage to transmit unforgettable views of the street below. Pulse of the City – This interactive skyline allows guests to engage deeply with the iconic buildings and neighborhoods they see. In the city’s veins, global ambassadors are placed under a ring of high-definition video surveillance, equipped with gesture recognition technology, which streams the footage to the screen and provides guests with close-up shots and personalized advice.

One World Explorer iPad

Take a tour of the One World Observatory with the One World Explorer iPad and experience beyond the beauty. One World Explorer is a unique view-enhancing iPad that takes you on a virtual helicopter tour of New York’s landmarks. An interactive audio-visual experience that brings you up close to the spectacular scenery from the observation deck, where users simply browse the skyline and select the scenery they wish to explore. The video highlights more than 40 of New York’s most important and fun attractions, including content for kids. Just a touch away from where you want to go, New York’s great writer and novelist Jay McInerney is the history, indispensable guide to New York, and what every iconic New York play is about.